Received my LCR back from Ruger today. Notes simply said that they replaced the transfer bar and the pawl.
There is now a very slight change in the revolver's operation. Prior to being sent in, light pressure on the trigger wouild drop the piece that holds the cylinder in place allowing the cylinder to rotate. Now, the same light pressure on the trigger doesn't quite take that piece out of alignment, meaning it requires more pressure on the trigger to allow the cylinder to begin rotating. The feel of the trigger remain unchanged. Interesting.
So, a couple weeks turnaround time. Not bad.
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